In post-LeBron era, moves have consistently backfired for Heat

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In post-LeBron era, moves have consistently backfired for Heat
In post-LeBron era, moves have consistently backfired for Heat

The Miami Heat have gone 125-126 over their last three seasons, barely missing the playoffs twice over that timespan. How have the Heat gotten into this mediocre state of affairs? Ever since LeBron James shocked the Heat by signing with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Pat Riley made a number of roster moves that seemed justifiable at the time, but look like major mistakes in hindsight. July 11, 2014: Miami Heat re-sign Chris Bosh to a five-year, $118 million deal After James left, Riley released a statement saying, in part, that the Heat have won three championships with him and competed for many others. “Micky, Erik and I remain committed to doing whatever it takes to win and compete for championships

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